Moving the Web Forward

The Angular Core Team


Building For the Future

Angular is built by a team of engineers who share a passion for making web development feel effortless. We believe that writing beautiful apps should be joyful and fun. We're building a platform for the future.


Current Contributors


Miško Hevery

Miško Hevery is the creator of AngularJS framework. He has passion for making complex things simple. He currently works at Google, but has previously worked at Adobe, Sun Microsystems, Intel, and Xerox, where he became an expert in building web applications in web related technologies such as Java, JavaScript, Flex and ActionScript.

Igor Minar

Igor is a software engineer at Google. He is a lead on the Angular project, practitioner of test driven development, open source enthusiast, hacker. In his free time, Igor enjoys spending time with his wife and two kids, doing outdoor activities (including but not limited to sports, gardening and building retaining walls).

Naomi Black

Naomi is the Technical Program Manager for Angular, including Angular Material and AngularDart. An unrepentant generalist, she's been at Google since 2006, leading projects ranging from Accessibility to Google Transit. She fights daleks in her spare time.

Brad Green

Brad Green works at Google as an engineering director. Brad manages the Google Sales Platform suite of projects as well as the AngularJS framework. Prior to Google, Brad worked on the early mobile web at AvantGo, founded and sold startups, and spent a few hard years toiling as a caterer. Brad's first job out of school was as lackey to Steve Jobs at NeXT Computer writing demo software and designing his slide presentations. Brad lives in Mountain View, CA with his wife and two children.

Jules Kremer

Jules is a TPM on the Angular team. When not working with developers, Jules is often bending into pretzel-like shapes, climbing mountains or drinking really awesome beer.

Pete Bacon Darwin

Angular 1 for JS Team Lead. Pete has been working on the core team since 2012 and became the team lead for the Angular 1 for JS branch in November 2014. He has co-authored a book on AngularJS and regularly talks about and teaches Angular.

Thomas Burleson

Thomas is a software architect for commercial & open-source web solutions. With over 15 years working on thin-client RUX [using Flex and Angular], Thomas is passionate about software excellence, and distributed team-development. Thomas is the Team Lead for Google's Angular Material OSS. His mission is to work with a fantastic team and help deliver a framework of UX components for the AngularJS frameworks (v1.x and v2). He previously worked at SiriusXM as a UX and Principal Architect for their Internet Radio applications.


Victor Savkin

Victor works on Angular at Google. He is interested in functional programming and client-side applications. Being a language nerd he spends a lot of his time playing with TypeScript, Dart, Elm, Haskell, and Clojure.

Tobias Bosch

Tobias Bosch is a software engineer at Google. He is part of the Angular core team and works on Angular 2.

Brian Ford

Brian works on the AngularJS core team at Google where he tries his very best to make computers do the right thing.

Rado Kirov

Rado has been on the Angular Core team since Summer 2014. Before Angular, he worked on the Adsense serving stack, responsible for serving billions of ads daily. Being passionate about open source, he made contributions to Angular as a Google-20% project, before making the fulltime jump. He is a recovering academic; ask him about error-correcting codes from algebraic curves (or don't).

David East

David East is a Developer Programs Engineer at Google. He works full-time on the Firebase team and part-time on the Angular core team.

Jeff Cross

Jeff is a member of the Angular core team at Google, focusing on data access and application performance. Jeff has an extensive background in open source software, marketing, and user experience design. When not in front of a computer, he spends his time doing whatever his kids tell him to do, which usually involves playing music or making gadgets.

Alex Eagle

Alex works on language tooling for JavaScript and TypeScript. Previously Alex spent five years in Google's developer testing tools. He has developed systems including Google's continuous integration service, capturing build&test failures, and explaining them to developers. Before Google, Alex worked at startups including Opower, and consulted for large government IT. In his 20% time, he created the Error-Prone static analysis tool, which detects common Java programming mistakes and reports them as compile errors.

Martin Probst

Martin is a software engineer at Google in the AngularJS team. He holds a MSc in Software Engineering from HPI in Potsdam, Germany. Before joining the AngularJS team at Google, he worked at a database startup in the Netherlands, at EMC, at SAP, and as a freelancer. In his free time, he likes to cook and sail, not necessarily at the same time.

Yegor Jbanov

I'm Yegor and I work on Angular 2 for Dart and performance.

Julie Ralph

Julie Ralph works as a Software Engineer in Test at Google in Seattle and is the lead developer on the Angular end-to-end testing framework Protractor.

Alex Rickabaugh

I am a new member of the Angular team, solving challenges of data access and RPC for applications of any scale.

Jeremy Elbourn

FE Engineer @ Google specializing in AngularJS, component design, and the cleanest of code.

Alex Wolfe

Alex is the Head of UX for Firebase at Google and leads the design and development for the website, dashboard, and docs. Alex helps lead the design and development for the website. He has been designing and building products for over 15 years and has helped grow over 10 startups in the valley. Prior to joining Firebase, he was the Head of UX/UI for AdRoll. Alex is an avid tennis player and a former Street Fighter 2 World Champion.

Ali Johnson

I am a designer, illustrator, and biomedical engineer who loves combining creativity and science. Previously, I worked as a Cardiovascular Modeling and Simulation engineer where I built complex 3D and computational models of the human cardiovascular system based on patient-specific medical imaging data.

Matias Niemela

Matias Niemela is a fullstack web developer who has been programming & building websites for over 10 years, and a core team member of AngularJS for two years. In the spring of 2015 Matias joined Angular full time at Google. In his free time Matias loves to build complex things and is always up for public speaking, travelling and tweaking his current Vim setup.

Lucas Mirelmann

Lucas works as a Software Engineer at Google and is a core Angular contributor.

Tony Childs

Tony Childs is a consultant working for Google. He is a contributor to the Angular Material project and is responsible for the md-icon component.

Robert Messerle

Robert is a software engineer on the Angular team at Google, working primarily on the Angular Material project.

Kathy Walrath

Kathy writes and edits docs about Dart and related technologies. Before Google, she worked at Sun, NeXT, and HP. Long ago, Kathy co-created and maintained The Java Tutorial.

Scott Hyndman

Scott works for Google on the Material Design team, where he brings designers' dreams to life on the web.


Marcy Sutton

Marcy Sutton is a developer at Adobe in Seattle working on Angular accessibility and Material Design. She is a primary contributor to ngAria, the accessibility module, as well as the author of a new accessibility plug-in for Protractor. She's also in love with riding bicycles.

Shahar Talmi

Shahar is a full-stack architect at Wix, leading Wix Angular and client infrastructure. He has been writing software ranging between kernel drivers, massive servers and casual games for the better part of his life. In the last couple of years he's developed a major crush on web applications development and specifically on Angular. Shahar is a big fan of TDD and is doing his best to promote it within the JavaScript community.

Ryan Schmukler

Developer on ngMaterial. Full-stack JavaScript hacker. Open-source contributor with libraries totaling over 225K downloads.

Pawel Kozlowski

Open source hacker, AngularJS book author, AngularUI lead developer. Pawel is an software-development addict who believes in free, open source software. He is a core contributor to the AngularJS framework, AngularUI, Karma-runner and several other projects. He is the co-author of the "Mastering Web Application Development with AngularJS" book. When not coding, Pawel can be spotted speaking at various software development conferences.

Michał Gołębiowski

Front-end developer at Laboratorium EE, core contributor to Angular & jQuery. Makes sure Angular 1 & jQuery work fine together. Interested in new JavaScript standards.

Jason Bedard

Jason Bedard is a software engineer at Allocadia Software where he leads the front end development using Angular. In his spare time Jason enjoys contributing to projects such as Angular, drinking coffee and being in the outdoors with his wife.

Elad Bezalel

Elad is a fullstack developer with a very storng love for design. Since 8 years old, he's been designing in Photoshop and later on fell in love with programing. This strong bond between design and computer programming gave birth to a new kind of love. And he is currently doing the combination of both, as a core member of the ngMaterial project.

Marc Laval

Marc is a manager at Amadeus where he leads the team in charge of developing and recommending UI frameworks for the company. He is also an open source developer and a contributor to Angular 2.

Jeff Whelpley

Chief Architect at GetHuman, panelist on Angular Air, co-organizer of the Boston Angular Meetup, full-stack JavaScript developer, soccer enthusiast and Boston College grad.

Patrick Stapleton

Also know as PatrickJS where JS stands for his middle and last names. Patrick is very active in Open-Source with over 4,300+ contributions in the last year alone on projects such as Angular2, AngularJS, FalcorJS, Docker, Bootstrap, gulp, and redis to name a few. He is also working on the development of Angular 2 server-side rendering as Universal Angular 2 and teaching Modern Web Development at AngularClass. He was previously the CTO of Keychain Logistics, a HackReactor Instructor and Alum.

Christoph Burgdorf

Christoph began with programming at the age of 10 with BASIC but has since moved on to become proficient in various different programming languages and technologies. Christoph has contributed to many projects, including AngularJS, jquery-ui, TodoMVC and the banshee media player and is also the creator of the framework. When he's not evangelizing Git, he likes to travel the world with his bicycle.

Pascal Precht

Pascal is a front-end engineer, trainer and Google Developer Expert for Angular with a love for semantic markup and evolving technologies in the open web. He loves contributing to open source and is the creator of the popular angular-translate module. Pascal loves to travel the world and speaks at conferences and meetups. When he's not busy preparing the next workshop or conference talk, you might find him outside with his skateboard.

Ward Bell

Ward is an all-around developer with JavaScript, node, and .net chops. He's a frequent conference speaker and podcaster, trainer, Google Developer Expert for Angular, Microsoft MVP, and PluralSight author. He is also president of IdeaBlade, an enterprise software consulting firm and the makers of breeze.js. He would like to get more sleep and spend more time in the mountains.

John Papa

John is a Google Developer Expert, Microsoft Regional Director and MVP, frequent author of courses for Pluralsight, a former technology Evangelist for Microsoft front end teams, and author of the popular Angular Style Guide. He can often be found speaking around the world at keynotes and sessions for many conferences. You can always find John at or on twitter at @john_papa.

Martin Staffa

Martin is an English major turned web developer who loves frontend stuff. He's been part of the Angular 1 team since 2014. If you can't find him roaming the Github issue queues, he's probably out with his camera somewhere.

Topher Fangio

Topher loves the web and how it empowers new forms of creativity, connection and business. He is currently a core contributor on the Angular Material project and sometimes blogs about random things.